Date & Time:

Friday 01/19/2024
12:00 pm-3:00 pm

Organizer:

Southern Nevada Conservancy and Bureau of Land Management

Location:

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

Category

  • Hiking
  • Tabletop Presentation


Event Details

Come learn about the Indigenous history of the Red Rock Canyon Area anytime from 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM at the Petroglyph Wall Trailhead. There will be a tabletop display with all sort of information about the Indigenous people who lived here, as well as information on where you can see artifacts left behind by them, including petroglyphs, pictographs, agave roasting pits, and more.

Additionally see spectacular Indigenous rock art like petroglyphs and pictographs at the end of the Petroglyph Wall trail in the Willow Springs Picnic Area. A Bureau of Land Management Ranger will lead short 15 minutes hikes to this historical site. These easy hikes start every half hour and will teach visitors about the different Indigenous groups that lived in the area and how they survived in the Mojave Desert.

Registration is not required, all are welcome. This event will be outside. While visiting Red Rock Canyon NCA it is important to dress accordingly for the weather, wear sunscreen, bring a hat, sunglasses, and plenty of water.

Age Limit: None.

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